|Parks and Recreation Division
1 large shelter, available for reservation, call 311
1 gazebo, available for reservation, call 311
open space , venue for special events, call 311
Adair Community Building, available for reservation, call 311
Adair/Sue Clancy Greenway
parking, shelter, restrooms, picnic tables
|Ride the bus to this park
||20B Central Ave.
Adair Park Adoptees
-Middle Man Ministries
1807 Adair Drive
An Adair Park patron walks his dog in front of the
park's new playground.
Directions: Take Broadway exit off of I-40 and go north;
turn left on Adair Drive and go about three-quarters of a mile;
park is on right.
Adair Park was officially completed in 1996. This park provides a great way to escape to the natural side of Knoxville. Adair and Sue Clancy Greenways wind for 1.1 miles through peaceful, lush forested park and along side a creek and pond, where various birds and other Tennessee wildlife may be viewed.
A non-profit organization known as Friends of Adair Park works to maintain the park's beauty and to add improvements over time. The organization's most recent accomplishment for the park is the butterfly garden in the northwest end of the park. To contact Friends of Adair Park, call Larry Cox at 865-216-1065.
Park Shelters and Community Building: Reservations required, call 3-1-1.
Park Shelter Reservation
© John R. Innes
PARK RULES & REGULATIONS:No alcoholic beverages
1.) For the protection of our park and the safety of its users,
the following are prohibited
No open fires
No hitting golf balls anywhere in the park
No motorized vehicles in park
No equestrian activity
2.) Per city ordinance, all animals must be maintained on a leash.
3.) Please be respectful of other trail users
4.) Please help to keep our parks beautiful by disposing trash in proper receptacles.
5.) Hours - Open dawn to dusk unless otherwise posted.